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HIGH COURT AT CALCUTTA
Dated, the20th day of December, 2018
Online applications in the prescribed format are invited from eligible Indian
citizens possessing knowledge in the vernacular of the State for the preparation of
a panel for filling up the vacancies of 200 posts of Lower Division Assistant on the
Original Side and on the Appellate Side establishments of the High Court at
Calcutta. The appointments will initially be made on purely temporary basis but
are likely to be made permanent.
2. Scale of Pay:
Pay Band- 02 of Rs. (5,400/- 25,200/-) with minimum pay of Rs. 6,570/- with
Grade Pay of Rs. 2,600/- along with other allowances as admissible under the
3. Classification of vacancies:
Unreserved (Exempted Category)
Unreserved (Meritorious Sportspersons)
Unreserved (PWD) (Hearing Impairment)
Unreserved (PWD) (Loco Motor Disability or
Unreserved (PWD) (Blindness or Low Vision)
Scheduled Castes (Exempted Category)
10. Scheduled Castes (Ex-serviceman)
11. Scheduled Tribes
12. Scheduled Tribes (Exempted Category)
13. O.B.C (A)
14. O.B.C (A) (Exempted Category)
15. O.B.C (B)
16. O.B.C (B) (Exempted Category)
PWD stands for Persons with Disabilities.
4. Age Limit:
a. Age not less than 18 years and not more than 40 years as on 1st January,
2018 (Upper age limit is relaxable by 5 years in case of S.C. and S.T.
candidates of West Bengal only). In case of Persons with disabilities, the
upper age limit is relaxable up to 45 years.
b. Candidates belonging to Ex-serviceman sub-category will get upper age
relaxation as per the existing Government Rules.
c. Age as recorded in the Madhyamik (10th standard) or Equivalent examination
issued by any recognized Board/Council will only be accepted.
5. For Meritorious Sportspersons:
The following categories of sportspersons shall be considered meritorious:
(i) Athletics (including Track and Field events), (ii) Badminton, (iii) Basketball, (iv)
Cricket,(v) Football, (vi) Hockey, (vii) Swimming, (viii) Table Tennis, (ix) Volley ball,
(x) Tennis, (xi) Weightlifting, (xii) Wrestling, (xiii) Boxing, (xiv) Cycling,
Gymnastics, (xvi) Judo, (xvii) Rifle Shooting, (xviii) Kabadi and (xix) Kho-Kho.
The Meritorious Sports person candidates must produce self-attested photocopies of
requisite certificates issued by the respective competent authorities as follows :
Secretary of the State Association of
Secretary of the National
Federation/National Association of the
Dean/Director of Sports or other officer in
overall charge of Sports of the University
School Director or Deputy Director in overall
charge of Sports/Games for schools in the
Directorate of School Education, West
6. For Persons with Disabilities (PWD):
a) Benefits of reservation will be given to the candidates with disabilities of at
least 40% and above;
b) Benefits of age relaxation for candidates with disabilities of at least 40% and
above will be admissible to all such candidates as per relevant Rules &
c) Any person with disabilities as stated, under respective reserved sub-
categories will be directed to furnish his/her self attested photocopy of
Disability Certificate in prescribed form in support of his/her claim, issued
by a competent authority as per the provisions of the West Bengal Person
with Disabilities (Equal Opportunities, Protection of Rights and Full
Participation) Act, 1995, i.e. by a Medical Board constituted at any
Government Medical College Hospitals, District Hospitals or Subdivisional Hospitals at the time of final selection;
d) Candidates having disability of less than 40% shall be treated as unreserved
candidates and therefore shall not get benefit of reservation/ age relaxation;
1. The SC/ST/OBC candidates of other States shall be treated as
2. Sponsored candidates belonging to Ex-serviceman and Exempted
categories shall also apply online.
3. Non sponsored candidates of Exempted category and Ex-serviceman
category may also apply online directly with requisite examination fees
7. Educational Qualification:
1. Must have passed in the Higher Secondary Examination (12th standard)
from the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Examination or its
Equivalent examination from a recognized Council/ Board.
2. Must have knowledge in the vernacular of the State.
8. Examination Fees, Examination Centre and Duration of Examination:
The following examination fees are required to be paid by the candidates:
SC for the State of West Bengal
ST for the State of West Bengal
Examination Fees Rs. 250/(+bank charges extra)
All other categories and subcategories
candidates Examination Fees Rs. 500/mentioned in the classification
(+bank charges extra)
of vacancies (under serial
number 3) those who are
No fees need to be paid by the candidates belonging to Exempted
categories and Ex-serviceman categories whose names will be sponsored
by the appropriate authority/authorities.
For payment of fees through Debit Card of any bank, “bank charge” is not
required to be paid. For other modes of online payment of fees necessary
bank charges, as applicable, are required to be paid.
The candidates can pay examination fees through offline mode by downloading
the challan from the website which shall be tendered in any branch of United
Bank of India. For offline payment Rs. 24/- has to be paid as bank charge.
FEES ONCE PAID WILL NOT BE REFUNDED UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES.
Examination Centres (District wise & Sub-Division wise):DISTRICT
Berhampur at Murshidabad
Medinipore Sadar at Paschim Medinipore
Burdwan Sadar at Purba Burdwan
9. Mode of Selection :Preliminary Screening Test (Stage-I):
On successful submission of the online applications, candidates are required
to undergo a Preliminary Screening Test (OMR based) which shall be as follows:
2. General Knowledge and
3. General Intelligence
There shall be total hundred (100) questions and each question shall carry one (1)
There shall be negative marking of one (1) mark for each wrong answer.
The question papers shall be available in English language only.
There will be four (4) series of question booklets.
Marks obtained by the candidates in Preliminary Screening Test shall not be carried
forward in the further stages. Admit Cards issued at the inception shall be valid for
further stages of examination including viva-voce.
Competitive Written Test (Stage-II):
Candidates selected and shortlisted in the Preliminary Screening Test (OMR based)
are required to appear in a Competitive Written Test in i) Arithmetic, ii) English essay
and précis writing and iii)General Knowledge. Each subject shall carry hundred (100)
marks, aggregating to three hundred (300) marks and the duration of Competitive
Written Test shall be of three (3) hours in single seating.
Candidates securing forty per cent (40%) of the marks in each of the three (3)
subjects and fifty per cent (50%) in the aggregate, shall be considered to have passed
the Competitive Written Test.
A certain number of candidates will be selected category wise, according to merit, as
qualified candidates (as per vacancy ratio) for viva-voce from the candidates those
who have secured pass marks.
Viva-Voce Test (Stage-III):
Candidates securing qualifying marks and selected in order of merit shall be required
to appear at viva-voce test of hundred (100) marks.
The marks obtained in Competitive Written Test and viva-voce shall be considered at
the time of preparing final merit list.
If at any stage(s) of selection process a candidate remains absent, his/her
candidature shall be cancelled without making any further intimation to him/her.
10. Date & Venue of the OMR based Examination:
Date and venue of the OMR based examination shall be intimated to the candidates
through Admit Card which can be downloaded. Without downloaded Admit Card, no
candidate will be allowed to enter in the Examination Hall.
11. Time of OMR based examination:Duration of OMR based examination shall be from 12 Noon to 1:30 P.M.
12. Important Notes for filling up online application:
a. On successful online submission of application, a unique application registration
number (ARN) with random individual password will be allotted to each applicant.
It can be needed for further login;
b. Online edit option shall be provided to take care of mistakes made by candidates
and the candidates shall be prompted to modify the same, if required, before final
submission of the applications;
c. The online submission of the applications shall close at 00.00 hours (midnight)
on the last date fixed for online submission of applications;
d. Once final submission of application has been made, the data will frozen and NO
further changes will be allowed;
e. Request for change of examination centre shall NOT be entertained.
f. The candidates will not be permitted to enter the examination centre after the
commencement of the examination. They are directed to report at the
examination centres two and a half hours before the commencement of the
g. The candidates are advised to read the instructions printed on the Admit Cards
carefully and follow those instructions strictly during the process of examination.
h. Separate Admit Card shall be available online for the scribe of the candidates
belonging to Unreserved (PWD) (Blindness or Low Vision) category and
Unreserved (PWD) (Locomotor or Cerebral Palsy) category.
i. Interpreter shall not be provided in Preliminary Screening Test (OMR based) and
Competitive Written Test for the candidates belonging to Unreserved (PWD)
j. Candidates are requested to attend the examination centre, only with
downloaded Admit Cards and photo identity proof (in original) along with
ball point pen.
k. Anything written or pasted on the downloaded Admit Card shall not be
entertained and may entail even rejections of candidature.
For any Technical Support, contact the following HELPDESK nos. and E-mail
ID during working days (Monday – Saturday) between 09.00 A.M. and 07.00 P.M.
Helpdesk E-mail ID for
Help Desk phone number
Help Desk phone
Number & Email ID for
Help Desk phone number
for offline payment in UBI
(10 A.M. to 5 P.M. Monday to Friday and 10
A.M. to 2 P.M. on Saturday)
(within banking hours)
13. Admit Card :NO ADMIT CARD WILL BE SENT BY POST.
The candidates are required to download and take a printout of Admit Card. The
candidates must take note of the fact that their candidature will be strictly provisional
and if they do not fulfill the eligibility criteria in all respect, their candidature will be
cancelled at any stage of examinations/tests or even at the time of verification of
There will be a provision for obtaining duplicate Admit Cards from the portal.
Candidates Claiming Reservations:
a) The candidates belonging to SC/ ST and OBC-A and OBC-B categories
must possess the certificates in the form as prescribed by the
Government of West Bengal and issued by the Competent Authority.
b) The candidates claiming reservation under Person with Disability /
Ex – Servicemen/Exempted category / Meritorious Sports Person must
possess the Certificates issued by Competent Authorities.
c) The candidates claiming relaxation of upper age limit shall produce
relevant certificate issued by the competent authority at the time of
verification of documents.
d) The candidates claiming benefits under Sl. No. 13 (a) to (c) above shall
possess the relevant certificates, issued by the competent authorities on
or before the last date of applying.
The candidates who are in service of Union of India/State Governments
or their undertaking shall possess the “No Objection Certificate”
issued by the authority and produce the same at the time of verification
of documents/further tests.
15. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS/CONDITIONS
Applications can be submitted only through online mode and no offline
applications will be entertained.
www.calcuttahighcourt.gov.in regularly for the latest update and information.
The candidate is required to go through the 'general instructions/conditions'
before filling the online application form.
Candidates are requested to read the Advertisement and when satisfied about the
eligibility conditions of the Advertisement, then only apply.
It is to be noted that if a candidate has been allowed to appear in the
examination/test, it does not imply that the candidate's eligibility has been
verified. It does not vest any right with a candidate for appointment. The eligibility
shall be finally verified by the concerned Appointing Authority. The candidate
should satisfy his/her eligibility before applying and shall be personally
responsible in case he/she is not eligible to apply as per the given eligibility
criteria on the last date for submission of online application form.
The candidates are required to submit online application forms with correct and
complete information carefully. If any incomplete or false information is given,
then the candidates will be responsible for the same and on the basis of false and
incomplete information, the application form shall be rejected at any stage of the
selection process without giving any reason/notice. On furnishing any false
certificate or indicating wrong category/sub-category regarding caste in the
application form or in case of any other default, the High Court, Calcutta shall
reject the candidature at any stage of the selection and may take necessary
The candidates are required to submit only online application forms in the
Every candidate should mention his/her name and Date of Birth in the
Application Form as per the Madhyamik/Equivalent Examination (10th
standard) issued by the recognized Board/Council.
No subsequent request for its change in filled up online application forms will
be considered or granted.
The candidates should keep two printouts of the duly filled online application form
submitted by them, for their record and for future reference.
All the candidates who are already in Central/State Government Service or in any
Central/State Government undertaking or in any type of other organization
established and governed by the Central/State Government shall have to produce
No Objection Certificate (NOC) as and when called for.
THE CANDIDATES SHALL PRODUCE ALL CERTIFICATES IN ORIGINAL
WHICH HE HAD RELIED UPON AT THE TIME OF FILLING UP HIS ONLINE
APPLICATION, DURING VERIFICATION OF DOCUMENTS.
The candidates are required to keep with them at least one ORIGINAL PhotoIdentity proof viz. Aadhar, e-aadhar, ID Card issued by College/University, Voter
ID Card(EPIC), Driving License, Passport, PAN Card, Bank Passbook copy with
photograph thereon and shall produce the same on demand at the time of
examination in the examination centre.
Mobile phones, pagers, Bluetooth devices, calculators and any other electronic
gadgets/communication devices are not allowed inside the premises where the
examination is being conducted. Any infringement of these instructions shall
entail immediate elimination and necessary action.
Canvassing in any form and use of unfair means during the examinations/tests
will disqualify the candidature of the applicant.
The venue and date of the examinations/tests along with Roll Numbers will be
intimated through Admit Cards.
The Selection Committee reserves right to alter the number of vacancies and
modify/rectify the same.
The decision of Selection Committee shall be final in all matters relating to
eligibility, acceptance or rejection of the applications, penalty for false information,
mode of examination process, allotment of examination centers, selection and
appointment to the posts etc.
The Selection Committee reserves the right to correct any error that may have
inadvertently crept in. However, it does not owe any responsibility for any error
committed by any candidate.
The results shall be displayed on the official website www.calcuttahighcourt.gov.
in and information with regard to the next stage of examinations shall be made
available on the aforementioned website in due course of time. The Candidates
are advised to go through the website www.calcuttahighcourt.gov.in regularly
for latest update.
Instructions are to be complied with strictly by the candidates in the
examinations. No T.A. /D.A. shall be given to the candidates for appearing in the
The High Court shall not be responsible for any loss/injury caused to the
candidates during their participation in the examinations.
Information uploaded on the website shall not be provided to the candidate under
R.T.I. Act, 2005. The uploaded information on the website shall be retained for a
specific period. Therefore, the candidates are advised to download the uploaded
information and keep up with them for future. In course of the recruitment
examinations, no application under the Right to Information Act, 2005 shall be
entertained nor any information can be provided. Factual information under R.T.I.
Act shall be provided only after declaration of final results. Replies to inferential
(speculative) question shall not be provided.
In case it is detected at any stage of the recruitment or even later, that candidate
does not fulfill the eligibility norms and/or that he has suppressed or truncated or
misrepresented any material fact, the candidature shall stand cancelled without
giving any notice to the candidate. If any of these shortcomings is detected even
after appointment, the services of the relevant candidate may be terminated.
The character of a person participating in the process for direct recruitment to
service must be such as to render him suitable in all respects for appointment to
the service. Persons dismissed by the Union Government or by a State
Government or by a Local Authority or a Government Corporation owned or
controlled by the Central Government or State Government will be deemed to be
ineligible for the appointment.
Candidates are required to produce necessary medical certificate as required for
their candidature at the time of appointment/joining.
No recommendation either written or oral will be taken into consideration. Any
attempt on the part of a candidate to enlist support directly or indirectly for his
candidature by other means will disqualify him for appointment.
In case of any dispute, the decision of the Hon’ble the Chief Justice shall be final.
For further announcement, all concerned are requested to follow the Court’s
IMPORTANT DATES FOR FIRST PHASE OMR BASED EXAMINATION
Commencement of online submission
of application by the candidates
Closing of online submission of
Last date for payment of fees through
Last date for downloading Admit
Tentative date of the OMR based
Tentative date of the publication of
category wise merit list for candidates
those who have appeared in the OMR
The calendar for second phase onwards examination will be notified later
17. INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILLING UP ONLINE APPLICATION.
Click on the “Registration for New User” button in the online portal of Calcutta High Court,
after reading carefully the “Notification” and ensuring that you are eligible to apply.
On clicking the “Registration for New User” button, the candidate will be taken to the
registration page where they need to fill the concerned details.
Enter the basic details like name, father’s name or husband’s name, mother’s name, gender,
marital status, date of birth, category, Nationality, Aadhaar number etc. in the respective
fields provided. The candidates belonging to the State other than the State of West
Bengal will be considered only as Unreserved candidate.
Choose the appropriate options in the fields asking about, (i) Exempted category,
(ii) Meritorious Sportspersons,(iii) Persons With Disabilities, (iv) Ex-Servicemen and (v)
Government Employees. If the candidate belongs to Exempted or Ex-servicemen categories,
the Employment Exchange details should be provided in the appropriate field.
For sponsored candidates, it is mandatory to submit the documents relating to sponsorship
during the time of verification of documents.
PWD candidates should select the type of disability and scribe facility can be availed for
Visually Handicapped candidates and candidates having Loco Motor disability or Cerebral
Palsy etc. No interpreter will be provided during Preliminary Screening Test and Competitive
Candidates are requested to choose their preferred examination centre from the list of
options provided in the dropdown list. The communication details should be entered by the
candidate in the respective fields. After filling up of the allotted seats in each examination
centre, no further allotment in that centre will be permissible.
A final declaration has to be checked on confirmation about the details entered above are
valid and correct to the best of the candidate’s knowledge.
On completion of the registration stage, a unique registration number will be
generated, which shall be used along with date of birth (DOB) for all further
representations and login purpose.
After registration the candidate should click the “Sign In for Existing User” button in the
portal, and then will be redirected to the Payment Stage where candidates need to pay
examination fees, as per the notification.
(a) A candidate may tender examination fees either online or offline.
(b) After successful offline payment of examination fees, it takes a maximum of 48 hours
for verification of payment and only then the candidate shall proceed to the next stage.
Once the payment gets verified, it is mandatory for all the candidates to upload the photo
and signature with the prescribed specifications, as mentioned.
On submission of online application a printout of the application form must be obtained for
Intimation will be send to the candidates through SMS for downloading Admit Cards by
using their Unique Registration Number and DOB.
Apply Online at https://www.i-register.co.in/chcldareglive18/index.html
High Court at Calcutta.